Several of the national lawn bowls titles have been decided at the championships in Christchurch, with two of the finals being family affairs.
Ali Forsyth and his father Neville won the men's pairs final, beating Andrew Howie and Greg Dale 20-11.
The Forsyths raced out to a good lead and never really let their opposition get back into it. And when Howie and Dale did get a sniff, Ali Forsyth would drive to kill the end. He also looks set for a Blackjacks recall.
The Boyd sisters Mandy and Angela, from Burnside, defended their women's pairs title, beating an Australian mother and daughter combination, Leigh and Kirsten Griffin, 17-10 in a close final.
Neither team could make a break until the 16th end when the Boyds, playing on their home green, scored a four.
They then went on to defend the title they won last year on Auckland's North Shore 17-10.
Ironically those two teams now join forces to play in the fours together.
Stoke's Shannon McIlroy won the men's singles title, with Australian Kelsey Cottrell the women's singles champion.
McIlroy beat fellow Blackjack Paul Girdler of Dunedin 21-11 for his first title, a day before his 29th birthday.
Australian veteran Cottrell took her final victory 21-15 from Christchurch's Tayla Bruce - who's now been runner-up twice in this event.
But Bruce will now surely be putting big pressure on the Blackjacks selectors for inclusion in November's World Championships.